Swami ji says, how precious each soul is to God is brought out through the parable of the lost sheep described in Holy Bible. There was a certain man who had one hundred sheep. One day one of his sheep failed to return home. Notwithstanding the fact that he had got ninety-nine sheep safely and securely put back into the pen, this man took a lantern and went out looking for the lost sheep in the darkness of the night amid the howling wind and inclement weather. Even though ninety-nine were there, what did it matter? He went after the one that was more precious to him, than the ninety-nine he had got, the one lost sheep. So over hill and dale, up mountain crag and heights he climbed, and endangering himself, risking his life, in order to find the sheep and bring it back. Such is the love of God, the Divine Love. This one lost sheep was as precious to Him as the ninety-nine other sheep, which He had already got. Such is the love, the spontaneous love the Father has for each of you. The Father is always gracious.
No matter what a stinker you have been. No matter what depths of degradation you have fallen in. You may have eaten with the swine, it doesn’t matter. All that is nothing in the eyes of the Father. Such is the parable of the prodigal son. When the son willfully went away, the Father was so sad. He was pining for the son more than the son knew. When the son returned, there were open arms. Always a welcome is waiting for you, and the best robe, the choicest robe. “Go, put my choicest robe upon my dear son who has returned. Let everyone rejoice.” There is no parable that brings out relationship between the individual and God more appropriately and wonderfully than the parable of the prodigal son. This is the relationship between God and the individual soul. This is infinite love. And no barrier can stand between you and Him, only you must start moving towards Him. Ask of His Grace and immediately you shall have it in abundance. In His sight all are precious.
As Jesus proclaimed: “Come unto me all of you who are tired from carrying heavy burdens, and I will let you rest. Take my yoke and put it on you, and learn from me, because I am gentle and humble in spirit and you will find rest.” God is there to help. If you have devotion to Him, all other considerations are swept away. He doesn’t care for the other considerations. He only sees your heart.
According to the holy Bible (Luke 6:20-23) Jesus taught the Sermon on the Mount about the true happiness.

“Happy are those who know that they are spiritually poor; the kingdom of heaven belongs to them!”
“Happy are those who mourn; God will comfort them!”
“Happy are those who are humble; they will receive what God has promised!” “Happy are those whose greatest desire is to do what God requires; God will satisfy them fully!”.
“Happy are those who are merciful to others; God will be merciful to them!”
“Happy are those who are pure in heart; they will see God!”
“Happy are those who work for peace; God will call them His children!”